How Do You Spell CORACLE?

Correct spelling for the English word "coracle" is [k_ˈɒ_ɹ_ə_k_əl], [kˈɒɹəkə͡l], [kˈɒɹəkə‍l]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

Common Misspellings for CORACLE

Below is the list of 142 misspellings for the word "coracle".

Similar spelling words for CORACLE

Plural form of CORACLE is CORACLES

Definition of CORACLE

  1. A small oval row boat used in Wales, made of skins or oilcloth stretched on wicker-work.

Anagrams of CORACLE

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Usage Examples for CORACLE

  1. Suddenly he heard the dash of a paddle, and, turning his eyes, saw a solitary and beautiful girl gliding over the lake in a coracle: she was proceeding from the vicinity of the point he had quitted, towards the upper end of the lake. - "Crotchet-Castle" by Peacock, Thomas Love
  2. This narrowed rapidly and the lad got out from his boat into the water, as the coracle could proceed no further between the lines of rushes. - "The Dragon and the Raven or, The Days of King Alfred" by G. A. Henty